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Alex Medina tweets his—and every Pinoy’s—6-month struggle during the pandemic

Actor Alex Medina took to Twitter to recount his 6-month struggle during the lockdowns and the criticizes the government’s overall response to the pandemic.

In his Twitter posts, actor Alex Medina recounted his experiences during the pandemic as September 15, 2020, marks the sixth month the country has been under lockdown.

He voiced out his dismay over the government’s lack of aid, accountability, and overall response to the pandemic.

In one of his posts, Alex expressed his concerns over the White Sand Project of Manila Bay and ABS-CBN’s shutdown. He also noted the special treatment of corrupt officials during the pandemic.

Alex also expressed that he hasn’t received any aid from the government during the lockdowns.

He also urged the public to vote in 2022 to unseat corrupt officials.

Alex also summed up the entire 6 months that the country was in lockdown as a struggle.

Alex Vincent Medina, also known as Alex Medina, is a Filipino film and television actor. He is the son of Pen Medina and brother of Ping Medina. Alex started his career in 2012. He is known for his role as Diego in the ABS-CBN TV series, Ina Kapatid Anak.

Alex was also a part of award-winning film and groundbreaking films such, Heneral Luna and Camp Sawi. He also had a role in ABS-CBN’s primetime series The Good Son.

Alex also starred in multiple indie films. Alex won the best actor award for the movie Palitan in the Cinema One Originals Film Festival.


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